James Hurley, Books: Moghul India
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Jalal-ud-din Akbar, Emperor of Hindustan. [from Darbar i-Akbari?]
?, ?. 1921. No Binding. Book, N.d. pp 1-117. Uncovered, spine sewn but paper taped which tattered and chipped, first leaf and last two leaves slightly chipped, otherwise clean and tight. Good+. 8vo/22cm. Apparently this is an excerpt from a scholarly journal or possibly part of a work titled Darbar-i-Akbari , the phrase which appears at the head of each page. Possibly it is an English translation of a part of Muhammad Husain Azad's Urdu work, Darbar-i-Akbari, ya'ni Jalal al-Din Akbar Badshah-i-Hindustan..published in Lahore, 1921. Muhammad Husain Azad (1834-1910) taught at Oriental College, Lahore. It is heavily footnoted. The origins and antecedents of this article or monograph are a bit of a mystery. Akbar, Emperor of Hindustan lived from 1542 to 1605. Good.
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Book number: 004061
USD 39.10 [Appr.: EURO 33.25 | £UK 29.25 | JP¥ 4390]
Catalogue: Moghul India
Keywords: Akbar Moghul Emperor Darbar-I-Akbari Mogul Dynasties History Biography Muhammad Husain Azad

When Kings Rode to Delhi
Edinburgh and London, William Blackwood and Sons. 1912. Hardcover. Book, First Edition. [xiv], 435pp, + 64 page publisher's catalog, 16 plates. 8vo/22.5cm. Pictorial green cloth gilt, lightly rubbed, in mylar protector, front hinge paper beginning split, inked price (rupees) on ffep, presentation inscription on next blank ("Henry A. A.Oliver/Christmas 1914/from Aunt Maud/with her love"), otherwise internally clean, tight and very good. A well researched popular history of Delhi through the stories of the invaders from Mahmud of Ghazni to Nadir Shah of Persia. Very Good.
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Book number: 003134
USD 25.42 [Appr.: EURO 21.75 | £UK 19 | JP¥ 2854]
Catalogue: Moghul India
Keywords: India Mogul Period Moghul Emperors Delhi Historical Fiction

History of the Great Moghuls
Calcutta, Thacker Spink & Co.(1933) Private Ltd. 1968. Hardcover. Book, Reprint in one volume of the 1904 and 1911 first edition volumes. xi, 556pp, epilogue, index. 8vo/22cm. Grey cloth, light wear, in slightly ove rsized and edgeworn dj, internally fine. Pringle Kennedy (1855-1925) was a barrister, later judge, and member of the Bihar & Orissa Legislative Council, who also edited a political journal, the Trihoot Courier. He was made famous when the Bengali revolutionary, Khudiram Bose, threw a bomb at his carriage in 1908 killing his wife and daughter in a case of mistaken identiry, for which Bose was hanged. Fine.
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Book number: 003580
USD 21.51 [Appr.: EURO 18.5 | £UK 16.25 | JP¥ 2415]
Catalogue: Moghul India
Keywords: India History Mogul Empire Moghuls Mongols Horow

Three Mughal Poets: Mir, Sauda and Mir Hasan. Foreword by Annemarie Schimmel
Cambridge, Harvard University Press. 1968. Hardcover. Book, First Edition. xxv, 290pp, Foreword, Author's Preface, appendix, bibliography, glossary, index. Tall 8vo/23.5cm. Red cloth gilt, shelf wear only, in lightly edgeworn and soiled dj, internally fine. An account of the flowering of Urdu literature in the latter part of the Mughal Empire featuring three poets: Mir (d.1810), Sauda (1713-1781) and Mir Hasan (fl.1786) whose work has not been accessible to readers of English until now. The first of a series of books issued under the supervision of renowned Islamic scholar Annemarie Schimmel of Harvard through the Ozai-Durrani Fund. It is also part of the UNESCO Collection of Representative Works: Indian Series. Ralph Russell (1918- ) was Reader in Urdu at London University at the time of writing; Khurshidul Islam (1919- ), who started this study, was then Reader in Urdu at Aligarh Muslim University. Fine.
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Book number: 003305
USD 24.44 [Appr.: EURO 20.75 | £UK 18.25 | JP¥ 2744]
Catalogue: Moghul India
Keywords: Mughal Empire Poets Literature 18th Century Annemarie Schimmel Khurshidul Islam Unesco Collection

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